- a bridge for carrying a road, railroad, etc., over a valley or the like, consisting of a number of short spans.
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Contemporary Examples of viaduct
Meanwhile, four young women were walking under a South Side viaduct on Monday evening when a gunman rode up on a bicycle.Obama, Why Aren’t You in Chiraq?
July 9, 2014
Historical Examples of viaduct
All this time the papers were busy with the viaduct scandal.The Greater Inclination
And to think that that morning they had been near blowing up the viaduct at Dannemarie!The Downfall
We had come out from the shadow of the viaduct, and he halted as I spoke.Against Odds
Lawrence L. Lynch
The viaduct was 17 ft. wide over all, and consisted of two 100-ft.Concrete Construction
Halbert P. Gillette
Between Thoule and Cannes the railway crosses the viaduct of the Siagne.Riviera Towns
Herbert Adams Gibbons
- a bridge, esp for carrying a road or railway across a valley, etc, consisting of a set of arches supported by a row of piers or towers